1 Emmas Drømmekjøkken, Tromsø
Try the Arctic specialities – reindeer and char for instance – at this exquisite Tromsø restaurant.
2 Alta’s prehistoric rock carvings
Follow the trail round northern Europe’s most extensive collection of prehistoric rock carvings.
3 Juhls’ Silver Gallery, Kautokeino
The first and foremost of Finnmark’s Sámi-influenced jewellery-makers and designers.
An old fishing station with traditional red-painted wooden buildings on stilts, framed by a picture-postcard setting.
5 The Hurtigruten
Cruise around the tippity top of the European continent and across the Barents Sea – the most remote and spectacular section of this long-distance coastal boat trip.
6 End of the World Guesthouse
Wonderful, charming new B&B set right out at the region’s most northerly stretches in laconic, iconic Gamvik.
7 Wildlife safaris on the Svalbard archipelago
Take a snowmobile or Zodiac boat out in this remote archipelago to find over one hundred species of migratory birds as well as seals, walruses, whales, arctic foxes, reindeer and polar bears.